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Latest Well Met News
Well Met appoints Senior Management Team for Cloth Hall Court
Well Met, the conference office for Leeds Beckett University, is delighted to announce the appointment of Senior Conference and Events Executive, Alexandra Wood.
Visual Media Conference 2017 returns to Leeds Beckett University
Returning for the fourth consecutive year, Well Met, the conference office for Leeds Beckett University will be hosting the annual Visual Media Conference (VMC) on Tuesday 11 April.
Reworking the Fabric of Leeds: The History and Future of Cloth Hall Court
With the opening of Leeds newest dedicated conferencing facility on the horizon, Well Met are considering the final touches to the historic Cloth Hall Court site with its heritage led interior design and state-of-the-art facilities
Creative and Digital Careers Series
The Creative & Digital Careers Series of events is open to existing Leeds Beckett University students studying any course. Some events are also open to Leeds Beckett University graduates and members of the public.
Leeds International Festival
Leeds is set to welcome a new, ambitious and exciting cultural festival to its events calendar this spring, the Leeds International Festival (LIF).
Lift Off Festival
Lift Off Festival is a three-week festival showcasing the creative work of our students from the School of Film, Music & Performing Arts.
CeASR Seminar: The impact of current legislation upon sex workers involved in the direct sex industry (prostitution) in England
Guest Speaker: Dr Billie Lister
LBS Guest Speaker Series David Scott Investment Manager Market Commentator Andrews Gwynne
The future is not what it used to be!
The Matthew Caygill Lecture
The School of Cultural Studies & Humanities is pleased to welcome Dr Madeleine Davis who will give the inaugural Matthew Caygill Lecture on a subject close to Matthew’s interests.